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  1. well, wouldn't you know it.. the version that was online had a weird shift in the geometry that caused all kinds of problems with the ball flow - ofcourse this only happened when I decided to post to the forum :-( it's now fixed (version should be 0.71b or higher) if you tried it before - please try again :-/
  2. Hi, 1 month ago, I started looking into physics coz I've wanted to make a pinball game (I own 5 real games and am a bit of Pinball freak). So I started looking at physics, which I never had used before (I made some other Phaser games before) Anyway, P2 seemed good enough and I also found this demo by forum member george : http://georgiee.github.io/phaserpinball/ So I worked from that and I now have this : http://n-vision.nl/games/pinball/ Still a work in progress, but It plays quite nicely I think.. What I would like to add is *active* elements that not just bounce the ball back, but kick it back when hit. I can register a hit and then need the bumpers and slingshots to kick the ball away (on top of the bounce) What would be the best way to achieve this ? I tried using body,reverse but that is producing strange effects.. I can think of these options : always apply the same restitution value for bumpers and slingshots (so not dependent on speed of ball) - but that's probably not possible create a virtual kicker using P2 that kicks the ball (seems pretty hard to do for a bumper because it's a circle that can be hit from any direction) create a reverse force for the pinball Anyone has any ideas or pointers ? Besides this - would box2d be better for pinball then P2 ? thanks for any input or feedback.
  3. Hi, Just finished my first Phaser game - PixToy (now available for free in Play store and App store). My 10 year old daughter contributed with the artwork ;-) It has 3 game modes of which the 'gamer' mode could be challenging even for grown-ups.. it's a universal app but best played on a tablet Phaser really rocks ! Link to game site : http://n-vision.nl/pixtoy (has links to the app stores)